Curacao's Investment Climate
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  After several years of economic stagnation, Curaçao's economy is finally not only recovering but also undergoing a transformation that offers interesting opportunities to the local and international business community.

Expanding tourism is putting pressure on the present hospitality infrastructure and creating demand for additional investments in accommodations and airlift
The privatization program initiated by the government in 2001 has brought investments and strategic alliances with U.S., Dutch and Canadian companies, creating additional business opportunities,
Large-scale restoration of monuments and several new initiatives in the field of professional.
Training and cultural events are emphasizing the island's status as a World Heritage site and highlighting the enormous potential as a center for professional education and cultural events.
Efforts to modernize economic legislation and policy have so far yielded new economic zone legislation, a new civil code with modern, internationally accepted standards for business, and commitment of the Netherlands Antilles to the Caribbean Rim Investment Initiative, an OECD-supported project aimed at transforming the Dutch Antillean islands with their centuries old tradition for political and legal stability into state of the art economies.